The Village Cafe

The Village Cafe
Cafe and coffee shop in Bidford-on-Avon
48 High Street, Bidford-on-Avon, Warwickshire, B50 4AA
Opening hours: 9:00 - 16:00 (Mon - Fri), 9:00 - 15:00 (Sat), closed (Sun)
 Vegetarian  Vegan  Gluten Free

A great cappuccino!


The lemon drizzle and Milky Bar blondies are firm favourites of ours, as is the vegan and gluten free Bakewell flapjack. For breakfast their breakfast bagels and baps are the perfect Warwickshire cycle pick-me-up


Every base is covered with firm favourites and chef specials, alongside plenty of vegan and gluten free options. Additionally you'll find breakfast bap deals, teacakes, paninis, toasties, jacket potatoes, soup, blondies, brownies, cakes, pastries, doughnuts and cookies


Americano (£3.10), cappuccino (£3.25), tea (£2.75), paninis/toasties (from £5.95), jacket potatoes (from £7.50), salads (£7.50), toasted teacake (£3.50), eggs on toast (£5.95), breakfast bagels (£7.25), full English / veggie breakfast (£12.00), breakfast baps (from £5.75), quiche (£7.25), hot pastries (£3.25), savoury croissants (£4.95), soup of the day (£5.95), cakes (from £2.50)


There's public bike racking directly opposite the cafe in the village square


There's plenty of seating inside for small to medium sized groups, alongside a sheltered rear terraced seating area which can be accessed from the road behind. Large groups are advised to ring beforehand


Located eight miles from Stratford-upon-Avon, with quiet Warwickshire roads in every direction here's an ideal stop for that much needed refuel. Once ready if looking for ideas why not head north via Broom, Temple Grafton, Great Alne and Ullenhall to Tanworth-in-Arden. Alternatively head east towards Welford-on-Avon via Barton, onto the scenic village of Admington and Cotswold villages of Ilmington, Ebrington and Chipping Campden

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A fantastic cycle friendly and family run cafe in the Warwickshire village of Bidford-on-Avon boasting a fantastic array of chef specials, including a delicious stacked breakfast bagel, tasty vegan sausage red onion & chutney toastie and cherry, ginger & pistachio tiffin.

For breakfast (until midday) you’ll find their popular breakfast & brunch baps, pastries and plenty of ‘on toast’ options alongside fresh teacakes & bagels too. For lunch there’s a large selection of paninis, toasties, jacket potatoes, salads and homemade soups (alongside an all-day brunch menu).

Winter specials on our last December visit included a Christmas bap with turkey, cranberry, pig in blankets & stuffing alongside a veggie version too, in addition to a range of sandwiches and sour cherry & plum soft mulled wine.

As for sweet treats on display you’ll find a vast selection of blondies, brownies, cakes, pastries, doughnuts and cookies, where during our visit we had a supeb lemon drizzle slice. You’ll find plenty of excellent vegan and gluten free cake specials, peanut buttercream & raspberry jam sandwiched between soft and chewy peanut butter cookies, their famous cherry, ginger & pistachio tiffin and Bakewell flapjacks to name a few. Other favourites treats of ours include the chocolate mint Aero brownie, Milky Bar blondie, Biscoff millionaire slice and chunky rocky road.

There’s bike racking situated opposite in the village square and plenty of seating inside for medium sized groups (do ring ahead). Additionally with bike access from the rear there’s a large enclosed rear terraced seating area, perfect for those winter months.

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